This organization offers hands-on training clinics and onsite consulting for nonviolent conflict resolution and transformation.
This book evaluates nonviolent communication as a useful tool to be used by churches as a response to conflict, drawing connections between nonviolent communication theory and the Bible.
This 12-page booklet is divided into two sections --- first addressing the individual's internal process to address conflict, then applying those principles to the work of engaging others in...
This book addresses the unique challenges of enduring conflict and equips congregational leaders with tools to minimize conflict avoidance before focusing on the importance of communication and...
This report by the Center for Congregations provides an overview of inevitable congregational conflict and practical suggestions for conflict management.
This guide works through the five levels of conflict, identifying the warning signs and characteristics of each, along with steps to resolution.
This book draws from the author's experience in reconciliation work around the world, offering inspiration and tools for readers to resolve conflict, whether it be interpersonal or...
This scripture-based book offers a biblical view of peacmaking to help congregations through inevitable conflicts, outlining the steps of peacemaking.
This book offers a variety of strategies for congregations to address conflict creativley, allowing for positive change.
This thorough resource, covering 12 different aspects of conflict, identifies negative and positive aspects of congregational conflict to help create culture of conflict resistance.